The Future of Money: An Interview with Ann Pettifor

We tend to think of money as a cultural artifact that has evolved from stone disks and precious metals into modern currencies that are becoming increasingly digital. According to Ann Pettifor, a UK-based economist and director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME), this technological frame distracts us from the more important social dimensions of money.…

The Human Advantage in the Age of AI

Self-driving cars. Robot advisers. Surgery-performing robots. The wildest imaginations of our grandparents are gradually becoming a reality. As AI becomes more prevalent in the news, we see its endless possibilities for it to improve the quality of our lives. However, hidden beneath these opportunities lies a frightening version of the future. Researchers at the Oxford…